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Re: Packed Versus Planar: FIGHT
Posted on 22-Nov-2022 5:21:29
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@pixie

Quote:

pixie wrote:
@Karlos

From quake I got:
AGA
345fps from low res 320x256 256
109fps from produtivity mode 640x480 256
146fps from ham low res

RTG
397fps from low res 320x256 256
171fps from 640x480 256


For Quake, it's unlikely Pistorm32-Emu68-RPI CM4 on A1200's AGA would reach 60 fps 320x200/240/245 resolution.



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Re: Packed Versus Planar: FIGHT
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@Hammer

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For Quake, it's unlikely Pistorm32-Emu68-RPI CM4 on A1200's AGA would reach 60 fps 320x200/240/245 resolution.

Indeed, it got 69.2 FPS on RTG, I guess it wouldn't.

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Re: Packed Versus Planar: FIGHT
Posted on 22-Nov-2022 22:49:59
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@pixie

I haven't tested Sam's Quake benchmark with demo1.



On a single thread, RPI 4B's ARM Cortex A72 CPU out-of-order processing upgrade from RPI 3B+ ARM Cortex A53 is relatively minor.


From https://ibug.io/blog/2019/09/raspberry-pi-4-review-benchmark/


I usually follow PC's Quake "timedemo demo3" (320x200 resolution with full UI) benchmarks from https://thandor.net/benchmark/33

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